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Dog walk

Thames Walk At Cookham Moor


Type of walk


What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Animals On Route, Water On Route

About this walk

There is a fee car park and ice cream van in the summer. You can walk in both directions along the Thames. If you head to the left and walk for about 40 minutes, you'll come to a fabulous pub just by a bridge. It's dog friendly and open every day in the summer and weekends at winter. There are also several other pubs close to the car park which are also dog friendly and serve divine food.

There are little inlets along the walk where water loving dogs can have a splash and chase the ducks and a few benches dotted along the way where you can take a breather.

It's very popular with other dog lovers and walkers so you're bound to have a natter with someone along the way.

There are cows loose in the meadow sometimes, however, they are un-phased by the passing human and dog traffic. Probably best to keep a leash handy if you're not sure how your furry friend will react to creatures of the bovine variety.


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  • swoody1980 profile

    4 years ago

    We did this walk the other day. Was a little hard to find from the description and map placement. We ended up waisting a lot of time from the drop pin. None of the 3 pubs on the Moor road will take dogs and couldn't find a car park. Eventually we did find the Spade Oak pub which is dog friendly inside and out. Was actually very nice and food was good too. We took a walk along the Thames and grabbed an ice cream. Would like to go back now we know where to go as we didn't we ran out of time. For anyone else reading this, head for the Spade Oak pub and park in there or continue on to find the free car park.
  • wagtails1 profile

    4 years ago

    Hi Swoody, I'm not sure if the indicator is wrong as the place I meant has a free car park with a dog friendly pub over looking it across a green. Then as I said, you need to walk a good 30-40 mins along the Thames to get to The Bounty as it's only accessible on foot or by boat. This is if you come from Cookham. You can also cross over the bridge near the railway station at Bourne End if you don'tr want sucha long walk. I'm sorry you didn't find it as it's dog lovers paradise. Hope you get a chance to try again....Link →
  • swoody1980 profile

    4 years ago

    Thank you. We did have fun but are not from that area. The drop pin took us to the water refinery. From there we could not find a car park or pub that took dogs. The spade oak does and has a free car park round the corner. What is the name of the pub you go to? We will go back as we could see people the other side of the river and the huge open space.
  • Chalfie profile

    a month ago

    Very popular walk gets very busy in the summer. I think the car park is now only free to National Trust members.
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The Moor, Marlow SL7, UK

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